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Graphene is a novel nanomaterial (materials made of tiny particles), which many features are still unknown to us. It is reported to have antiviral and antibacterial properties, many manufacturers used graphene in face mask production during the COVID-19 pandemic.
But there is a potential that graphene particles could be inhaled to wearers' lungs, which may pose health risks. So, on April 2nd, 2021, Health Canada posted an alert, they do not advise people to use face masks that contain graphene. Click here to check further information.
Recently, Morntrip also received customers' concerns about this situation. Hereby, we solemnly reaffirm that:
Since the establishment of the company, GRAPHENE HAS NEVER BEEN USED IN OUR PRODUCTION. All batches of products we produced and exported, including medical masks, N95 filtering masks, FFP2 respirator masks, coverall, medical gowns and other protective equipment, do not contain graphene and other related ingredients.
Regarding how to identify graphene masks, apart from paying attention to the components information on the product packaging, so far there isn't any obvious and intuitive way to identify them.